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Clinic Client Shares his Story at Congressional Briefing










A client of the law school's Immigrant Justice Clinic provided testimony at a Congressional briefing on U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer's proposed legislation concerning U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) holding facilities. Read MORE in a Huffington Post article written by the Immigrant Justice Clinic's Practitioner-in-Residence Anita Sinha.

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March 26, Orlando Sentinel
- Professor Jayesh Rathod co-authored this op-ed calling for elected officials to embrace immigration reform. MORE

March 19, Federal News Service – A panel of congressional staffers address the House-passed FOIA reform bill at Freedom of Information day at American University Washington College of Law. MORE

March 18, Fox News – Professor Steve Vladeck discusses whether courts will review the procedures by which individuals end up lists such as the No Fly List. MORE

March 7, Buzzfeed – Alumna Kate Kelly is featured in this article about her journey to have Mormon women ordained. MORE

March 6, National Journal – Professor William J. Snape is quoted about the Senate Energy Committee. MORE

March 6, NBC News – Professor Robert Goldman is quoted about whether Russia’s actions in Crimea can be considered an act of war. MORE

March 2, Associated Press - Professor Brenda Smith comments on the allegations of staff-on-prisoner abuse at Alabama's Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women. MORE

March 2, Chicago Tribune – Daniel Metcalfe, director of the law school’s Collaboration on Government Secrecy, comments on the FBI’s refusal to release records about an agent’s undercover actions in 2007 that may have aided the re-election of a Chicago-area Mayor Eric Kellogg. MORE

Feb. 20, CBS Sports - Professor Perry Wallace appeared in the documentary "Court of Change," which explores the role of basketball in African-American history and how the sport has served as a vehicle for social change. Wallace was the first African-American basketball player in the SEC. MORE